Queensland legislation maintains mining lease validity

Mining News Pro - The Queensland Parliament has passed legislation that ensures more than 900 of the state’s historic mining tenures remain valid.

Headwinds mounting for world economy into final stretch of 2021

Mining News Pro - The global economy is entering the final quarter of 2021 with a mounting number of headwinds threatening to slow the recovery from the pandemic recession and prove policy makers’ benign views on inflation wrong.

Govt establishes A$2bn critical minerals loan facility

Mining News Pro - The federal government will establish a A$2-billion loan facility for Australian critical minerals projects.

Indigenous engagement progressing in Australian mining

Mining News Pro - The effort to better acknowledge and include First Nations peoples in the Australian mining industry is advancing as more Indigenous initiatives are introduced and more Indigenous contracts awarded.

Canadian miners welcome Liberal election victory

Mining News Pro - The Mining Association of Canada (MAC) has welcomed the Liberal Party of Canada’s federal election victory, giving prime minister-designate Justin Trudeau another term in office.

Exploitation of Midhco Holding projects; Completing the country's mineral production cycle

Mining News Pro - Iran’s mineral production cycle is going to be completed by inaugurating 5 major national mineral projects by Midhco.

Research centre to unlock future mineral technologies

Mining News Pro - The University of Newcastle has opened a $35 million research centre to develop and commercialise sustainable mining technologies, supported by the CSIRO, FLSmidth and 15 other institutions.

Bright future for Nicico

Mining News Pro - It is expected that in the next 10 years National Iranian Copper Industries Co. will reach 580 thousand tons of production.

ESCO produces more than 50 products with global standards

Mining News Pro - Engineer Manager of Esfahan Steel Company says that this company produces variety of high-quality products.

South Africa backs GDP data despite missing mine statistics

Mining News Pro - South Africa’s statistics agency maintains that its gross domestic product estimates for the second quarter will be credible amid plans to use an estimated value for missing mining data.

BHP pledges $30m to Future of Work Program

Mining News Pro - BHP chief technical officer Laura Tyler has called on the mining industry, government and education sector to address a worrying shortfall in mining engineer graduates.

Taliban's return clouds long-delayed plans for Afghanistan's resources

Mining News Pro - China is warily eyeing the resumption of some Afghan resource projects but it will take years before the infrastructure is ready while security issues threaten to once again stall projects, according to state media and industry sources.

Groundwater research to enable critical resources in SA outback

Mining News Pro - The South Australian Government has begun searching for new sources of groundwater to enable key infrastructure and industries in remote locations, including the critical resources sector.

Chinese tensions costing billions

Mining News Pro - A new report from the University of Adelaide’s Institute for International Trade (IIT) has found that Australia had lost an estimated $4.9-billion in revenue to the Chinese market between July 2020 and February 2021, as a result of China’s restrictions on Australian goods.

Local workers key to skills shortage, survey says

Mining News Pro - The best solution to the resources sector’s skills shortage is to back Australian workers for mining jobs, according to a Mining People International survey.

South Africa needs to commit to transitioning to net-zero by 2050

Mining News Pro - As a country with one of the most emissions-intensive power sectors in the world, and as a nation that is particularly vulnerable to the impacts of climate change, South Africa needs to commit to find ways to transition to a net-zero emission economy by 2050, National Business Initiative (NBI) CEO Joanne Yawitch asserts.

Australian resources trusted by Korean investors

Mining News Pro - Australia’s critical minerals sector is viewed as one of the safest places to do business due to its high-grade policies and regulations, according to Trade and Investment Queensland (TIQ).

Barrick meets or beats guidance for 10th successive quarter

Mining News Pro - For the tenth quarter in a row, Barrick Gold has met or beaten guidance, president and CE Dr Mark Bristow said on Monday when the company presented second-quarter results.

China goes from driver to brake for crude oil, iron ore and copper

Mining News Pro - China has switched from driving global demand for major commodities to being a drag on growth, with July’s customs data confirming the weakening trend for imports of crude oil, iron ore and copper.

Russia to raise tax on metals producers in 2022

Mining News Pro - Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Friday that Russia will raise a mineral extraction tax (MET) on metals producers in 2022.

Ferrochrome is part of the green revolution

Mining News Pro - Diversified mining and marketing company Glencore views the ferrochrome market as being particularly strong currently.

Austrade helps business follow friendship in India

Mining News Pro - The Australian Trade and Investment Commission (Austrade) has strengthened the relationship between Australian manufacturers and the Indian mining sector which relies on the import of equipment.

World-beating Anglo reports record half-year earnings of $12.1bn

Mining News Pro - Diversified mining company Anglo American on Thursday reported a record half-year financial performance in its position as the best of the world’s top-five global mining companies.

Ecuador mining sector needs clear regulations to attract investment

Mining News Pro - Ecuador needs clear nationwide industry regulations in order to attract foreign investment to its mining sector, the head of the country's industry association said, as community-led local referendums have slowed the development of mineral deposits.

Freeport Indonesia cancels Tsingshan copper smelter plans

Mining News Pro - Freeport McMoRan will not proceed with plans to build a new copper smelter with China’s Tsingshan Holding Group, its local Indonesian unit, PT Freeport Indonesia’s spokesman told Reuters on Thursday.

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